I've spent a couple of months with an international HTC One, and it remains the best smartphone I have ever used. My own T-Mobile USA model arrived and I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a new smartphone.
Before Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer, there were Cello, Viola, and Mosaic.
Mobile tech has advanced so fast in the last few years that it is easy to forget how long companies have been pushing the envelope in preparation of today's powerful gadgetry. Join us in a trip down memory lane as we look at early gadgets that changed the landscape forever.
Appearing in the App Wrap this week are: Twitter #music, LinkedIn, Authenticator, Stocktake Plus, Outlook, OzTV, Hidden City, and AU Footy 2013.
Smartphone makers are looking to voice control and personal assistants to make their hardware stand-out. But are all voice control systems created equally?
Ever wondered how to dissolve an antacid tablet in space? Have a look at these cool activities you could do in orbit.
The Live image is Secure Boot compatible, but the installed system is not?
The march of the phablets continues - so does the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and its mammoth screen deliver?
The iWatch isn't a new idea - tech giants have been trying to get smartwatches right for more than a decade.
The Galaxy S4 is Samsung's (and Android's) flagship smartphone - here are my first impressions after getting some hands-on time.
Google Glass (or glasses) is almost ready to hit the streets. Just what will those people brave enough to wear the funny-looking, geeky glasses be able to do with them?
The average refund for US taxpayers this year is nearly $3,000. There are some fantastic smartphones available or coming soon that you can purchase with some of this refund, as you can see in this gallery.
You can never have enough apps and good ones are the best. The apps in this collection work beautifully on the large screen of the Galaxy Note 2 as they should on the newest Galaxy S4.
Heading up the App Wrap for this week are: Facebook Home, TripGo, Triptastic, Play Books, Eurorisk, Australian JobSearch, Ninja SMS, and Imgur.
Facebook Home will arrive on the HTC First on AT&T, but you can also download it from the Google Play store on supported devices.